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sneak peek: jill dupre design

by Grace Bonney

i wanted to share a sneak peek from designer jill dupre today. jill has a beautiful home in new orleans, but she’s also helped with the interior design for others homes as well. i always love seeing the homes of interior designers so i’m especially pleased to get a peek into jill’s southern home. stay tuned for more southern sneak peeks next week, but in the meantime be sure to click “read more” below to see additional, full-sized shots after the jump. thanks so much to jill for sharing her home with us, click here for more information on jill’s work.

[stay tuned for more interiors from jill next at 1pm…]


CLICK HERE for the rest of jill’s sneak peek after the jump, including additional, full-sized images.


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  • I love the bathrooms. Can you please tell me about the vanity in the master bath? Who makes the cabinetry, sinks and harware? Thank you.

  • my god – my favorite house ever on sneak peak. So many things I don’t know where to start. The emphasis on black and dark rich colors used in bright white rooms is amazing and fresh. Take the time to look at the extra photos – the one of the tile tub surround is so great, even if its sideways. I love that the whole house has elements that are repeated throughout – each room has individuality but also refers to the other rooms on basic levels. And it looks completely liveable, individual and warm, while radiating contemporary style. Seriously though – is that a big screen TV in the kitchen, my only regret if it is.
    Wonderful place. Thanks for sharing Jill.

  • The most beautiful and interesting sneak peak so far. What an eye Jill
    has. A true renaissance woman.

    • i’d love to have a big screen tv in my kitchen. i could watch the food network and cook at the same time. swoon.

  • i LOVE that armless sofa (in the second image) — can anyone tell me where it might be from or who makes it (or something similar)?

  • Love this home! The girls’ room with the parasols and great combination of fabrics is just lovely.

    Would be very grateful if you would share the source of the fab charcoal wallpaper on the wall above the laptop/desk.

  • Thanks for all the kind words and to Grace for posting. No, there is not a big screen tv in the kitchen. The wallpaper in the kitchen desk area is from wallpaperfromthe70s.com. The master bath fixtures are Kohler and the vanity was custom made in New Orleans. We change the quotes on the kitchen chalkboard every couple of weeks so can’t remember that particular one, but the one up there now is by Buddah, Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace. Come visit NOLA anytime and stop by if you’re in town for Jazz Fest (we live a few blocks away) and see the house in person. Love to have y’all and thanks so much for looking.

  • your house is amazing! . Just the exact amount of dark colors and great seleccion of classic & modern stuff. love it!

  • Oh my! So beautiful. I recognize this home… was it Elle Decor a couple of years ago?! I recognized the amazing kitchen. I love it!

  • I love the bedspread that the tiger is on..red and white- who is that by. Its exactly what ive been looking for

  • Jill! I live in New Orleans! And I’m about to move a couple blocks off of Esplanade/Moss just down the street from NOMA. I’d love to see your house! Are you friends with Alexa Pulitzer?

  • Love this sneak peek. I love how she mixed perfectly the textures and the old with contemporary. This is my idea of eclectic…i want to move in!

  • Beautiful home. I love the artwork that she’s chosen to display throughout the home! Each piece is perfect for the room it’s in.

  • I’d love to know who painted the painting over the armless sofa in the second photo from the top. ( I see several compliments on the sofa, but shoot, I didn’t even notice it until I got through loving the painting!)

  • Your sense of drama with the black and white is terrific. I love the painting with circles in the second photo, the great loopy chandelier with the candle lights, and the dramatic drape fabric in your first photo. You have much talent. Thanks for sharing.